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World renowned Donna Singer is an electrifying and dazzling jazz show-stopper with a remarkable repertoire of jazz, swing, rhythm and blues. Her cool, sultry, vibrant and playful voice has wowed audiences in intimate café gatherings as well as theater and concert venues. Her music is heard on 5 continents, welcome Sydney, Australia! She is a graduate of the New York Academy of Theatrical Arts, with formal training at The Julliard School.
“Singer is a first call vocalist…with effervescent
Spirit and impeccable phrasing there is certainly
no lack of talent” Brent Black, @Critical Jazz
Her latest CD "Destiny, Moment of Jazz" was submitted for a 57th Grammy Awards Nomination!!! Although we didn't get the votes, it had the jazziest most exhilarating ride of my life!!! Next she's off to the 2015 Bethany Jazz Festival, Kansas, the Glendale Music Series in Phoenix and The Center For Discovery Music Extravaganza in New York.
Tom invites metaphysicians and energy healers, Debbie Toomey and Rebecca Tripp to speak about their latest projects. Debbie Lynn Toomey has created a gratitude centric program for elementary school children and Rebecca speaks more about her book, The Secrets of a Metaphysical Flight Attentandt. Together they will discuss the growing profession of professional coaches.
Tom and Rosemarie intervies Elisha DeWitt, a 21 year old musician, step mother, young woman activist and advocate who has a program entitled, "Beauty Sparkles Within" to encourage girls and young women to look within to their real beauty. She addresses bullying, self esteem, self love and confidence and core values for 'girls' of all ages to reach their dreams.
Join Rosemarie and I as she introduces a 'life influencer' and activist from her community.
Hogan Hilling is a dad, author of six parenting books, fatherhood expert and has appeared on Oprah. Hilling has co-founded and helped establish several fatherhood networks in the USA since 1992. Hilling’s recent book Dads Behaving Dadly has received international attention. Dadly II sequel will debut in June with other Dadly books to follow.
Thomas Gagliano inspire readers to silence the inner voice of self-doubt and fear and begin living proactive, satisfying lives. Moving past addictive acting out depends on right action and right thinking. With candor and humility, the authors show readers how to work an honest recovery program and break the cycle of addictive acting out. A motivational can-do guide to making the most of one’s life. His Book!
Thomas Gagliano is a successful businessman and a high profile leader in addiction and self-help therapy. He has been featured as a keynote speaker at many meetings and conferences in New Jersey and greater New York.
Considered by many to be one of the leading thinkers in human development, Dr. Bob Wright (www.drbobwright.com) is an internationally recognized visionary, educator, program developer, author, speaker, relationships expert, entrepreneur, consultant, and executive coach.
Dr. Bob founded the Graduate Institute for the Realization of Human Potential and the Foundation for Transformational Leadership. Dr. Bob Wright’s degrees include a BA in Sociology, MA in Communications, MSW in Clinical Social Work, and a Doctorate in Education, Leadership, and Change.
Steve G. Jones board certified Clinical Hypnotherapist.He has been practicing hypnotherapy since the 1980s. He is the author of 22 books on Hypnotherapy. He is a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists, American Board of Hypnotherapy, president of the American Alliance of Hypnotists, on the board of directors of the Los Angeles chapter of the American Lung Association, and director of the California state registered Steve G. Jones School of Hypnotherapy
Dr. Robert Needham internationally known business advisor, consultant and coach. He is an innovator, author, public speaker, scientist and thought leader in finance, economic change, social theory, and the cooperative and collaborative movements.
Scott Swofford Executive Producer and Director of Granite Flats In addition to producing films based on Gerald Lund’s The Work and the Glory, Scott is best known for his work in IMAX. Besides Roving Mars for Disney, he produced the $100 million IMAX hit Mysteries of Egypt for National Geographic, Shackleton’s Antarctic Adventure for NOVA, and Amazon, which was nominated for an Academy Award in 1998
Tom Wright (Ezekial Scott): Wright plays an FBI agent -- or “G-Man” -- investigating the unusual and suspicious events taking place in Granite Flats, working closely with Chief of Police John Sanders. An African American, the Ezekiel Scott character is part of what was an actual groundbreaking initiative by J. Edgar Hoover to recruit and train “Negro” agents, drawing a connection between the fight for civil rights in the U.S. and the struggle against communist oppression
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Tom is a 23-year-old Campus Ministry graduate assistant pursuing a Master’s of Organizational Leadership degree from St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. His work with Campus Ministry includes hosting faith-based discussions and leading service projects once a week. He also works as a sports broadcaster and camera operator for a local Quad Cities cable network. He played baseball at St. Ambrose during his undergraduate studies and was editor-in-chief of the campus newspaper, ‘The Buzz’. The avid St. Louis Cardinals fan grew up in Bloomington, Illinois and is a graduate of Bloomington Central Catholic High School.
When he isn’t studying, participating in service opportunities or covering athletic events, Tom spends his time writing. His enthusiasm for writing fiction is evident in his self-published action/adventure novel ‘Skyfire’, which was completed in February 2014. Tom has donated over $1,300 of his novel’s profit to Catholic Charities and The Children’s Miracle Network because he wants to provide others with the opportunity to pursue their dreams. He’s currently writing the sequel to ‘Skyfire’ and plans to publish it in early 2016.
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